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BAFTA Craft success for A Very English Scandal and Killing Eve

A Very English Scandal was the big winner at the 2019 BAFTA Television Craft Awards, winning in three categories.

The drama mini-series, based on a British political and sex scandal in the 1970s, won awards for Costume Design, Director: Fiction and Editing: Fiction.

The Flying Colour Company (TFCC) completed all the VFX work on the series, a job that comprised a total of 212 shots across three episodes.

The shots included 2D composited badgers, scenery enhancement, the removal of modern elements and enhancement of scenery, beauty work, television inserts and environment and green-screen work.

TFCC also did conceptual look development for the key sequences.

Another drama that TFCC worked on, Killing Eve, also had a good night, winning for Original Music and Sound: Fiction. 

TFCC completed a total of 179 shots on Killing Eve including effects for injury enhancement, knife enhancement and muzzle flashes for fight scenes.

The BAFTA Television Craft Awards celebrate the very best behind-the-scenes television talent from 2018.

The 2019 ceremony was hosted by Stephen Mangan at The Brewery in the City of London on Sunday 28 April.


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